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Matsuri Digital Chill: Bonensai in Dub

Matsuri Digital Chill presents “Bonensai in Dub”, an End of Year Party dedicated to electronic music, especially psydub — a fusion genre which has its roots in psychedelic trance, ambient and dub music. Bonobono‘s friendly staff, great music and cool drinks combined…

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Crossing Carnival – Orisaka Yuta X Kaneko Ayano

Coming to Shibuya’s  WWW X on December 19, singer-songwriters Orisaka Yuta and Kaneko Ayano invite you to a night of live performances with their respective ensembles. Born in Tottori prefecture, Orisaka Yuta spent his childhood in Japan, Russia and Iran….

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The Hive Christmas Market

After 15 openings in different locations throughout Asia, The Hive Group finally opened its first venture in Japan in 2018. A ten-minute walk from Shibuya Station, The Hive Jinnan is a beautifully designed co-working area with a spacious cafe and…

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Neoplasia 3

Sean Bowie’s music experimental project Yves Tumor is coming back to Japan. Tumor and Shibuya’s underground party Neoplasia join together and hosting a special night at the end of the year. Early birds tickets are now available. Don’t miss out…

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Mutek

Mutek, the acclaimed festival of music, sound and audio-visual arts return to Tokyo for a four-day showcase. Gigs, seminars, workshops and industry networking makes Mutek a real leader in terms of promoting artists and music philosophy. Held at various locations…

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Shibuya Halloween Festival

Any events column this month without Tokyo’s biggest and craziest party would be inexcusably incomplete. Taking place at Shibuya’s fabled “Scramble Crossroads” and stretching seemingly infinitely outwards, the annual Halloween festivities see upwards of over one million costumed partygoers gather…

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Shibuya Nonbei Yokocho Festival

Nonbei street or “Drinkers Alley” is a narrow and small street lined with 38 fancy Izakaya (Japanese bar). Though the street is located in Shibuya, the atmosphere is retro and reminiscent of the Japanese Showa era (1926-1989) and boasts more than 70 years of history….

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